Julius "Buddy" Bombet
1944 - 2020
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Julius "Buddy" Bombet passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at the age of seventy-five in the comfort of his home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Buddy was born in Augusta, Georgia on August 10, 1944, was a lifetime resident of Baton Rouge and a third generation member of B'nai Israel Synagogue in Baton Rouge. A tireless advocate for promoting integrity and professionalism in his field, Buddy was a member and former director of his professional association, the National Association of Legal Investigators (NALI), and first recipient of the recurrent award which bears his name, The Julius "Buddy" Bombet Lifetime Achievement Award. Subsequently, he was appointed by former Governor Edwin Edwards as the first Chairman of the newly founded Louisiana State Board of Private Investigators. Prior to establishing a private investigative agency with his wife, Lizca, Buddy served as a Louisiana State Trooper and as chief investigator to former East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney, Ossie Brown. Buddy adored his large immediate and extended family and is survived by his beloved wife, Lizca, four sons and daughters-in-law; Charles N. Bombet II (Carolyn), Guillermo "Bill" Tribaldos IV (Jaimee), Marc A. Bombet (Anat), and Mitchell H. Bombet (Brooke); four daughters and sons-in-law; Analizca Tribaldos Cashio (Tommy), Marianella Tribaldos Titus (Frank), Michelle Bombet Minch (David), and Domenica Tribaldos Smith (Sean); Grandchildren (and their spouses) Natalie Bombet Sack (Ken), Alessandra Cashio, Elizabeth Bourque Hanson (Justin), Haley Cashio, Ana Leah Tribaldos, Abigail Minch, Audrey Minch, Emily Titus, Julia Titus, Ethan Smith, Tate Smith, Ariella Julia Bombet, Levi Minch, Alyssa Bombet, Eric Abraham Bombet, and Dean Smith. Brothers and their wives; Dr. Ronald L. Bombet (Louann) and Richard A. Bombet (T.C.). Preceded in death by his father Dr. Charles N. Bombet, mother Julia Abraham Bombet, grandsons Joshua Albert Bombet and Seth Abraham Bombet. Visitation at B'nai Israel Synagogue at 2:00 PM Sunday February 16th followed by a memorial service at 3:00 PM and reception immediately following. In lieu of flowers the family greatly appreciates donations to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Published in The Advocate from Feb. 13 to Feb. 16, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
FEB
16
Memorial Gathering
FEB
16
Visitation
02:00 PM
B'nai Israel Synagogue
FEB
16
Memorial service
03:00 PM
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February 18, 2020
Buddy was an extraordinary man and will be deeply missed. I am certain that he had a positive impact on everyone he met in his life. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
Brian McGuinness
February 17, 2020
Ronnie and Louann, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the death of Buddy. I only got to meet him one time -- at a Matherne's wine dinner, but I remember how much fun we all had. Please know you and the rest of the Bombet family are in my thoughts & prayers.
Pam Bordelon
February 16, 2020
From over here in Ireland and UK, we extend our heartfelt condolences to the entire Bombet Family, Friends and Associates. We first met Buddy at the 1999 Super Conference in NOLA, he pursuaded me to joing NALI, for that alone, I am ever grateful. We now celebrate a life well-lived. RIP Buddy
February 16, 2020
Brenda Rutland Williams
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February 14, 2020
Dr Ronnie,
I'm so very sorry for your brothers passing! I know he was one of the best, as the rest of your family is! You know I will always have a special place in my heart for Bombet family! You'll always be first class with me! My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family!
Christine (Hebert) Jarreau
February 14, 2020
My prayers and thoughts are with the Bombet family at this sad time. May Buddy's memories be with us always...Sending hugs to all. Janice
Janice Thomas
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